Logan Bartlett is a Software Investor at Redpoint Ventures - a Silicon Valley-based VC with $6B AUM and investments in Snowflake, DraftKings, Twilio, Netflix. In each episode, Logan goes behind the scenes with world-class entrepreneurs and investors. If you're interested in the real inside baseball of tech, entrepreneurship, and start-up investing, tune in every Friday for new episodes.
EP 49: Elad Gil (Angel Investor) - Solo Capitalist and Early Airbnb Investor Shares Secrets of Silicon Valley & the Worst Advice That Founders Get
In the 49th episode of the Logan Bartlett Show, Solo Capitalist and angel investor Elad Gil joins to discuss working at Twitter vs Google, the myths of Silicon Valley, the best cities for start-ups in 2023, and the worst advice given to founders.
EP 48: Former Segment CEO (sold to Twilio for $3.2B) and current Charm Industrial CEO Peter Reinhardt on Quitting the Software Industry, Dropping out of College and Climate Change
In the 48th episode, CEO of Charm and Ex-CEO at Segment, Peter Reinhardt sits down to talk about his path, dropping out of school to attend Y Combinator, selling to Twilio, and turning his focus to a new idea – Charm Industrial.
EP 47: Journalist Kara Swisher, Evolution of the Tech Industry, Propaganda vs Journalism, Elon & Who Should Run Twitter
In the 47th episode journalist and host of the Pivot podcast, Kara Swisher joins to discuss the changes in tech and founders from when she started vs today. Plus the art of interviewing, propaganda vs journalism, the importance of being true to yourself and not caring what people think.
EP 46: Stability AI CEO Emad Mostaque, The Future of Generative AI, Creating Real-Time Movies, Societal Impact of AI
In the 46th episode, Stability AI CEO Emad Mostaque discusses the future of AI. From being only years out from generating entire movies in real-time to how it’s revolutionizing the healthcare industry and could help identify cancer. Plus its benefits in education, charities, the potential regulations, and societal impact, and Stable Diffusion becoming the most popular open-source software in the world.
Best of Cartoon Avatars 2022: Bonus Episode 45 – Our Favorite Interviews and Debates Featuring Mark Cuban, Parker Conrad, Will Hockey, Dick Costolo and More
Wrapping up our first year of Cartoon Avatars, we went through our favorite interviews and debates and compiled the best moments. Featuring
EP 44: GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij Talks Corporate Transparency, Open Source Philosophy, Remote Work and Global Talent Pools
In the 44th episode GitLab Co-Founder and CEO Sid Sijbrandij discusses the importance of transparency both within a company and publicly and the philosophies of open source and success. Plus why he’s such an advocate for remote work and the troubles with hybrid offices.
Listened to the episode with the Stability AI founder. Insightful questions were asked and the episode had a nice flow to it. Keep it up!
Great tech convos, always learn something.
Much better with Zach Weinberg
Podcast is so much better with Weinberg than the 2 old hosts. Old hosts were very timid, making awkward jokes giggling like nerds. It was not funny enough to be a comedy podcast, not interesting enough to be a tech podcast. Like the inverse all in. Weinberg is the man. Beyond the crypto segments, I find his perspective thought provoking and interesting. Resubscribed